Category: Printed Electronics

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Voltera V-One PCB Printer for PCB prototyping and Printed Electronics experimentation

Posted by Charbax – July 24, 2018

The Voltera V-One is a PCB Printer for early circuit board prototyping and PE experimentation.

Voltera helps industry leading businesses and academic institutions accelerate their product development and R&D initiatives by putting the circuit board factory on their desk. Print inks, drill vias, dispense solder pastes, and even reflow components right on the machine. Use it with your own inks or substrates as well!

Interviewed at the IDTechEx Show! Europe 2018

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AMSYSTEMS Center 3D Printing combed with Printed Electronics

Posted by Charbax – July 24, 2018

AMSYSTEMS Center is a joint innovation center of TNO and the High Tech Systems Center of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e HTSC) to accelerate (new ways of) additive manufacturing in diverse industries, interviewed at the IDTechEx Show! Europe 2018

3D Printing Progress - Technologies, markets and analysis of the 3D Printing industry: http://3dprintingprogress.com

Printed Electronics World - The source for global news on printed, organic and flexible electronics, interpreted by experts: http://printedelectronicsworld.com

Fujikura Kasei DOTITE, electrically conductive paste

Posted by Charbax – July 24, 2018

Fujikura Kasei Co., Ltd. is a polymer resin manufacturer, they have challenged innovative technological development as a chemical manufacturer and developed high value-added products including DOTITE, electrically conductive paste, since its foundation.

Holst Centre IMEC fingerprint sensor in display, organic photodiode frontplane, IGZO backplane

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

Holst Centre demonstrated next-gen technology that integrates the fingerprint sensor into the display. Using flat-panel display (FPD) compatible processes, Holst Centre researchers created a 6x8-cm, 200 ppi active matrix imager with a solution-processed, ultrathin organic photodiode frontplane and an IGZOTFT backplane. The imager was demonstrated in a biometric palm print and multiple-finger detector. They believe the palm print is a more secure biometric than fingerprint scanning; and the processing of all building blocks in the palm print imager is compatible with existing FPD technology platform.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

rdot electrochromic display and high-reflectance RGB pixel towards full-color reflective display

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

rdot is a Swedish company that is developing and commercializing a low-cost and energy-efficient electrochromic display technology. The reflective and screen-printed displays can be made in both small and large areas and in many different colors, shapes, and forms. They are targeting a wide range of applications, such as industrial IoT, medical technology devices, wearable technology, and smart surfaces. The company also demonstrated a high-reflectance RGB pixel that is the starting point of a high-resolution, full-color reflective display.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

XTPL ultra-precise Nanometric Printer receives Honorable Mention at Display Week 2018 I-Zone

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

XTPL received an honorable mention from I-Zone judges for its innovative product that prints extremely fine film structures using nanomaterials. XTPL’s interdisciplinary team is developing and commercializing an innovative technology that enables ultra-precise printing of electrodes up to several hundred times thinner than a human hair – conducive lines as thin as 100 nm. XTPL is facilitating the production of a new generation of transparent conductive films (TCFs) that are widely used in manufacturing. XTPL's solution has a potentially disruptive technology in the production of displays, monitors, touchscreens, printed electronics, wearable electronics, smart packaging, automotive, medical devices, photovoltaic cells, biosensors, and anti-counterfeiting. The technology is also applicable to the open-defect repair industry (the repair of broken metallic connections in thin film electronic circuits) and offers cost-effective, non-toxic, flexible industry-adapted solutions.

XTPL’s technology might be the only one in the world offering cost-effective, non-toxic, flexible, industry adapted solution for the market of displays TFT/LCD/OLED, integrated circuits (IC), printed circuit boards (PCB), multichip modules (MCM); photolithographic masks & solar cells market.

XTPL delivers also solutions for research & prototyping including printing head, electronics, software algorithms which are the core of the system driving the electric field and the assembly process of nanoparticles implemented in XTPL's Nanometric Lab Printer. It is a device that offers necessary functionalities to test, evaluate and use XTPL line-forming technology with nanometric precision and enables positioning of the printing head with micrometric resolution precisely.

Official video explaining XTPL's technology: https://youtu.be/WMerzxzCXuw

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

BeBop Sensors, Smart Glove sensing with haptics, Drum Pad at CES 2018

Posted by Charbax – January 25, 2018

BeBop makes fabric sensors that are piezo-resistive, they showed off their latest product the Forte Wireless Glove that can sense finger movements and incorporates haptic feedback. Ideally used in VR applications, this glove can work for 15 hours on a single charge, it is a one size fits all model, very fast response up to 150 frames/second for gaming applications, unique haptic actuators embedded at each finger tip. BeBop also showed pressure sensing foot pads and hand tracking system both using their fabric sensor technology. The company has been shipping its sensors into musical instruments sold by its sister company KMI, one such example was the BopPad a musical drum pad that is in the market already. BeBop is silicon valley based startup, expecting to go into mass production this year.

3D Printed Pendrive from TNO

Posted by Charbax – January 4, 2018

TNO is the research institute who helps to decrease the gap between the university and Industry.They are working in additive manufacturing since last 20 years.They are showing the selective laser 3D printed part along with the stereolithography processed part as a 3D printed pendrive case.They can perform shared research for the company where they develop new material and new method of manufacturing for respective industry. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show!

NovaCentrix at SID Display Week 2017

Posted by Charbax – November 11, 2017

NovaCentrix talks about how their customers are using their tools for the emerging flexible display and flexible IoT and sensors industry.

HoIst Center for Innovation: A shared R&D space for cutting edge technology

Posted by Charbax – November 11, 2017

HoIst Center for Innovation is working on a model of shared knowledge and R&D for various industrial partners, where they work on cutting edge technology like flexible OLED displays, In-mold electronics like capacitive touch sensors, OLED lighting, NFC and switch and gates. They are also showing the stretchable printed electronics PCB which can be use in the textile and sports industry. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show!